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Sir Albert Bore, the leader of Birmingham City Council, knows how to coin a memorable phrase.Read
Making the most of what you have is absolutely crucial in the midst of a financial crisis.Read
With global banks scouring the regions for a new home for thousands of employees, now is a seminal moment for Birmingham to boost its credentials as the right place to invest.Read
The inquiry into the outsourcing of Birmingham City Council IT operations serves as a warning ahead of a wave of austerity cuts for the city.Read
George Osborne's plan hasn't worked. He promised to get the national debt falling by 2015-16, but he now admits that's not going to happen.Read
To some the suggestion of a cable car running above the streets of Birmingham must sound like a complete fantasy.Read
Lord Heseltine’s proposals for rebuilding Britain’s economy were widely welcomed.Read
When your agency worker has been with you for a year, they are no longer a temp. And it makes no sense to pay them the type of salary usually associated with agency staff.
Perhaps it's no great surprise that some of Britain's airlines are urging the Government to increase aviation capacity in the south, and particularly at Heathrow.Read
He pulled off one election upset - can Richard Taylor do it again?Read
David Cameron hoped to put an end to claims that the Conservatives were hostile to the NHS when he made as firm promise as leader of the opposition to increase, rather than cut, NHS spending.Read
Many teachers will be familiar with the experience of reading a story written by a pupil, except perhaps for the frustrated novelist in the English department, it may be some time since they have written one of their own.Read
Plans for a £32 billion high speed rail network stretching across England have provoked strong feelings.Read
Lord Heseltine was asked to be bold in his review of Government support for the economy and there’s no doubt he delivered on that score.Read
Not every manufacturer is a car giant or a household name like Cadbury.Read
Birmingham has waved goodbye to Conservative delegates following their party conference at the ICC – and it doesn’t look like they’ll be back for some time.Read
If there was one thing missing from David Cameron’s speech it was a mention of his old friend, Nick.Read
It surely would be too cynical to read anything into the timing of the Government’s announcement that it was ending the “flawed” West Coast Mainline franchise contest.Read
One of the longest running campaigns in Birmingham has been the seemingly fruitless fight of Suttonians to break free.Read
Attempts to encourage motorists to use plug-in vehicles have not been entirely successful, according to an inquiry by MPs.Read
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